Feral goats are a problem - I've spotted some in a neighbouring property. We have to make sure our fences are in good condition if we don't want our herd to mix. Weekend hunters will shoot them and wild boar which are also a problem. Further west of us it's lucrative to round the ferals up and sell for meat. Goodness knows how people manage that. There is a new name for them and they are now referred to as Rangeland goats. I gather they are extremely hardy and can probably survive longer without much water than more domesticated breeds. We also have a severe problem with wild dogs who have been known to decimate large herds of sheep in a night. I had some goats taken a few years back, but nothing recently - fingers crossed.I've heard that wild goats in Australia are a big problem for farmers. I wonder how feral goats survive in Australia, where they find a watering hole?